leaders

Characteristics of a Good Leader

As we were rising up in life and in business, we were encouraged to be students of people, communication, and success. We began to focus on interpersonal skills, which included both personal and situational awareness. Personal awareness means that you are intentionally tuned in to the way you are coming across to others. Situational awareness

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How to To Be a Solution Seeker

As blessed as we are to see the midpoint of yet another year, it’s no secret that 2020 has presented us all with plenty of unique challenges. Seemingly overnight, many people’s lives were turned into piles of scattered puzzle pieces in need of reassembling. Whether you’re dealing with the pandemic, a job change, or a

comfort zone

Breaking out of Your Comfort Zone

“Fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind.”-Dale Carnegie In our last blog, we talked about the concept of fear (false evidence appearing real). This time around, we’d like to expand on that by encouraging you to confront those fears and abandon the familiar. Many times, your comfort zone only exists because other people put

i can do it

You Can Overcome

Over time, stress, anxiety and small annoyances can build up and reduce your overall quality of life. When these factors become overwhelming, they can cause a lot of overthinking that can rob you of your joy. However, this doesn’t have to continue. We’ve talked about the RESET button before, but the STOP button is equally

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Hit The Reset Button

If you had $86,400 and someone stole $10 from you, would you be so upset that you throw away the remaining $86,390 in hopes of getting back at the person that stole the $10? Or would you move on and make the most of the money you have left? Hopefully, you would move on. Well,

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Playing to Win

We’re coming to the end of another great year. Congratulations on making it through all the good, bad and ugly that this year threw at you. Right now is the perfect time to look back at this year’s experiences and reflect, because experience is not the best teacher; evaluated experience is. Take a moment to

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Step on the Gas and Shift Gears

When on the highway to success, we all are on a different road. If you’re getting something started, no one’s gone before you, or you’re one of a kind, your highway may start as a dirt road – rocky, uncharted and still under construction. But for most of us, that’s not the case. We didn’t

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The Power of Association

I’m sure you can think of people you grew up with from middle school, high school and even college, that for whatever reason, didn’t go down the best path. Or, if you’re a younger person, maybe you’ve seen it happen to your elders – family, friends, or friends of your parents. While these groups of

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals | David Felber

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals

There is a common misconception that resolutions should only be made at the start of a new year. However, this mindset causes us to miss out on all the opportunities to consciously better ourselves throughout all 12 months. Instead of saving your resolutions to better yourself for the new year and putting off your goals,

You Can Be Santa Claus All Year Long

You Can Be Santa Claus All Year Long

The spirit of giving is in full effect during the holiday season. Food drives, soup kitchens, and gift donations are held by all kinds of organizations during this time of year. Not to mention, the Christmas season calls for hours on end searching for the perfect gift to give to the people you love the